The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, announces the launch of an LL.M. program in International Law in September 2008. The one-year program offers courses in International Public, Business, and Economic Law to a class of 20-30 students. LL.M. students participate in the "High Table" colloquium of international law research, and conclude the academic year with a spring symposium at Tufts University European Center in scenic Talloires, France.
New program to begin in September 2008
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